So, it’s all go, go, go. Final proofs for my football title: ’71/’72 Football’s Greatest Season? are now awaiting one last read through and then the book will be signed off, get this, by yours truly. The book will be out on...Read More
Daniel Abrahams is a London born sport, entertainment and fashion journalist who has worked on numerous regional, national and international newspaper and magazine titles over the past 20 years.
In 2013 he worked as ghost-writer on: Through Adversity: The Fight for Rugby League in the RAF.
For his first work of fiction, The Wooden Heart the author was granted use of lyrics by Bjork and her first band The Sugarcubes from their song Traitor and by Pete Voss lead singer of Campag Velocet from their song Ain’t No Funki Tangerine. The dark thriller deals with the last attempts of Dale to haul his life away from the pits of despair, before the reality of his selfish behaviour does more than just haunt his every waking hour. It was released on Amazon in October 2016 and has received wide praise with numerous five-star reviews.
In December last year (2017) he released his second self-published title, a collection of short stories entitled: books, bits & bobs.